This article analyzes profitability impacts as they relate to your business by providing a knowledgeable look at the technologies accessible to all sizes of operations and describing the relative economics for various systems.
Applications of a quantitative mid-infrared spectrometer for hemp farmers, hemp extractors, state regulators, and law enforcement are discussed.
The world of fungi, mold, and mycotoxins is explored and discussed.
Use the techniques described here to pass the state tests and ensure safe cannabis for consumers.
NMU and SSI collaborated to establish the Shimadzu Analytical Core Laboratory for Medicinal Plant Sciences for NMU’s undergraduate degree program in medicinal plant chemistry.
This isocratic LC-UV analysis of cannabinoids provides complete resolution of 16 cannabinoids, allowing accurate quantitative potency and profile data to be reported.
This application note demonstrates a simple way to test the CBD and THC in Cannabis Extraction industry by PERSEE HPLC with a simple configuration, isocratic pump and UV detector.
Patient and consumer safety is a critical factor during manufacturing of your products. In addition, false test results in product quality testing can lead to unnecessary scrapping of batches and product recalls. Good pipetting practices using filtered and pure pipette tips help ensure contamination-free pipetting to prevent contamination during sample preparation, ensuring true test results and patient and consumer safety
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An introduction to these techniques and an analysis of their advantages and disadvantages for potency analysis.